Chief said a company Huawei in Italy today, Wednesday: The company is ready to conduct a comprehensive examination to prove that its technology does not pose any danger to countries that will include its equipment in the creation of 5G networks.
And he said (Luigi De Vicks) At the opening ceremony of the Huawei Cybersecurity Center in the Italian capital, Rome: “We will open our doors. We are ready for autopsy to respond to all these political pressures.” De Vicks’ comments came on the same day that US Secretary of State (Mike Pompeo) began a two-day visit to Italy.
The United States has pressed Italy and other European allies to avoid using Huawei equipment in 5G networks, saying the company may pose a security risk. As for Huawei, it has repeatedly rejected these accusations.
“I cannot say that a country the size of the United States is attacking another country by demolishing a company from that country with baseless accusations,” de Vicks said. He added that even with all the pressure, Huawei had no intention of leaving the Italian market, and was considering adding more products in areas such as energy. He also said, “It is very unlikely that Huawei will leave the market due to the current situation.”
De Vicks said that organizing the event on the same day Pompeo arrived in Italy was a coincidence, and he was not aware of any issues related to the closure of 5G deals in Italy due to the government’s use of so-called golden powers on infrastructure that is considered strategic.
A spokesman for the US Secretary of State said, during a meeting with Italian Prime Minister (Giuseppe Conte): Pompeo highlighted the essential trade and investment relations between the United States and Italy and warned of the dangers of dealing with China.
Pompeo is also scheduled to hold talks with Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio on Wednesday.